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John Rainey has prioritized his employees’ wellbeing and PayPal customers’ satisfaction, working to improve each of their lives one transaction at a time.
Despite a worldwide pandemic, experts continue to see growth in financial technologies, with innovative and creative new approaches to conducting business.
Dean Terry Maness recognizes the adversity we all face in these uncertain times but sees the opportunities for innovative solutions that lie ahead for everyone.
Americans are proud and resourceful. From the American Revolution to the civil rights movement to recent terrorist attacks, our nation’s history is steeped in hard work and overcoming hardships during our 240 years as a nation. In this issue of the Baylor Business Review, we evaluate how the economy is doing in 2016. For more […]
By Eric Krell It turns out that gross domestic product (GDP) and porridge have something in common. When describing the recent U.S. economy, “Goldilocks and the Three Little Bears”serves as a fitting analogy. The term “Goldilocks economy” refers to a period that is neither too hot nor too cold. But when describing the underlying economic […]
One-Two Combo: Baylor Grad Uses Teaching, Research Background to Effect Change By Becca Broaddus In high school, Emily Gutierrez swore she’d never be a teacher. She never imagined herself in boxing gloves four times a week either. But within a few years of graduating with a triple major in Economics, Spanish and Public Administration, she […]
Capitol Investment: D.C. Attorney Shapes Lives Through Legislation, Mentorship By Becca Broaddus Russ Sullivan loves what he does. From Capitol Hill to the courtroom to the chaos of his home, Sullivan has made an effort to live out his passions. “Unless you really strike it rich, you’re going to work for a significant portion of […]
By Becca Broaddus The manufacturing industry in the U.S. is growing amidst a renewed push to “Buy American” among domestic consumers. Already, much of what America consumes, America makes, but since the recession in 2008, manufacturing on American soil and the promotion of locally sourced and locally made products has been on the rise. The […]
Dean Terry S. Maness Elected AACSB International Board Member Dean Maness of Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business was elected to the Board of Directors for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Maness was elected to a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2016. AACSB International advances quality management education worldwide through […]
The New Urban Growth: Researcher Improves Lives through Economic Policy, Urban Planning By Becca Broaddus Enveloped in the sounds of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, Kris Hartley sat in the back of a crowded Jones Concert Hall and read his first academic journal article while the Baylor Symphony Orchestra played. It was the first of many articles […]
Agent in Charge By Kevin Perkins Special Agent in Charge, Baltimore Division Federal Bureau of Investigation One thing all highly successful organizations have in common is exceptional leadership through turbulent times of change. Throughout its 108-year history, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has encountered numerous periods of organizational change driven by world events, none […]